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Boiled conger eel

Product name: boiled conger eel Ingredients: conger eel (from Miyagi Prefecture), sugar, corn syrup with added sugar, soy sauce, starch syrup, fermented seasoning, salt, fish sauce (seafood product), seasoning (amino acids etc.), caramel coloring, vitamin B1, red monascus coloring (product may contain wheat, soy beans, fish sauce (seafood product)) Quantity: one whole eel Storage: keep refrigerated below 10℃ Preparation Product may be eaten straight from the package, but warming the package in hot water will improve the flavor. Finish up by adding a crispy touch in the grill to enhance the aroma even further. Broth is also delicious as a topping for rice (adjust amount to your taste).

After boiling fresh-caught conger eels that are landed at the fishing port of Ishinomaki, Miyagi, we seasoned them with our special sauce. Cooked in the steam convection oven, we make the conger eel keep moisture and its original flavor. You can eat Stewed Conger-eel as soon as it is defrosted, which will not take your time. You can eat it simply putting on the top of white rice or you will also enjoy it as sushi topping.


Chopped boiled conger eel

Product name: chopped boiled conger eel Ingredients: conger eel (from Sendai Bay), soy sauce, corn syrup with added sugar, Japanese rice wine, sugar, starch syrup, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, bonito extract, salt, ginger, liquid fermented seasoning, coloring (caramel, annatto, monascus), modified starch, seasoning (amino acids etc.), acidifier, polysaccharide thickener (product may contain wheat, soy beans) Quantity: 60g Storage: keep refrigerated below 10℃ Received award from Fisheries Agency in 2011. Uses conger eel from Sendai Bay Ideal for use in chirashi-sushi (vinegared rice topped with sushi fish variety), anago-don (conger eel rice bowl) and mixing in tamago-yaki (Japanese rolled omelet)

After simmering fresh-caught conger eels that are landed at the fishing port of Miyagi prefecture, we season them with our special sauce that has perfect balanced sweet-salty taste. You can eat them simply as appetizers, but there are so many ways to enjoy Chopped boiled conger eel. You can put them on the top of white rice to make your Chopped boiled conger eel bowl, enjoy with salad, use as an ingredient of omelet and as a topping of pizza, etc. This is the traditional flavor that you will love and everyone will love.


Tender simmered oysters

Product name: tender simmered oysters Ingredients: oysters (from Miyagi Prefecture), Japanese rice wine, soy sauce, corn syrup with added sugar, fermented seasoning, sugar, caramel coloring, seasoning (amino acids etc.) (product may contain wheat, soy beans) Quantity: 80g Storage: keep refrigerated below 10℃ Our oysters are lightly simmered to preserve and enhance their exquisite flavor. They can be enjoyed on their own, with rice, or as a donburi rice bowl topping. They are deliciouly eaten straight from the package, but heating them will provide an even greater taste experience.

After boiling well-grown oysters that are landed at the port of Miyagi, we seasoned them with our special secret sauce. The flavor will be expanding in your mouth. It is of course good to eat Tender simmered oysters with white rice, but it is also great to add some touches and eat them as sushi, tempura, omelet, etc. It is just perfect for any kind of Japanese style dishes.


Seared oysters

Product name: seared oysters Ingredients: oysters (from Miyagi Prefecture), salt Quantity: 80g Storage: keep refrigerated below 10℃ Oysters from Miyagi Prefecture lightly seared to enhance their aroma and seal their exquisite flavor inside. Ideal on their own or in pasta. They are delicious eaten straight from the package, but heating them will provide an even greater taste experience.

After boiling well-grown oysters that are landed at the port of Miyagi and keeping excellent flavour in the shells, we directly broil the surface of them so that you can enjoy the original flavor of oyster as soon as you put it inside your mouth. Since the oysters are seasoned simply with salt, it will be perfect to use Seared oysters as ingredients of pasta, al ajillo, fried foods, and more.